Photograph one or multiple white object(s) on a white background. Your object and background may not have any color in it, color you can add by using light. Do not turn your photo into black and white!
First contest: http://www.pxleyes.com/photography-contest/20446/white-on-white.html
BeSea: It seems to me that the addition of colour by lighting is not exactly white on white as in the previous contest. Please clarify if it is white on white with optional colour? ( 5 years and 696 days ago )
friiskiwi: It is actually exactly the same description as last time.
I was possibly the only one who last time added some colour with a light, and probably received some low votes due to the light. ( 5 years and 696 days ago )
Contest Moderator: Some entries don't seem to fit the purpose of this contest so a clarification is needed. This is a challenge on how well you can photograph white on white. So desaturation of colours of the whole image or of individual colours will not be allowed. ( 5 years and 693 days ago )
meatman: I must be missing something here. You mentioned "color you can add by using light." What's the sense of that ?? You just defeated the purpose of the theme didn't ya ?? Its just plain ole WHITE on WHITE. PERIOD. Why do we all the time have to complicate these simple themes ? ( 5 years and 693 days ago )
Contest Moderator: Object(s) must be white on a white background. If you want, you can add color by using lights. ( 5 years and 693 days ago )
awediot: This would be a great time/place for those who just get true white when they put white on white, and use a (what?) kind of light that DOESN'T add color, to speak up... My stuff usually manages to shoot warmer or cooler than than the real world is. -even in sunlight, and with color-correct bulbs... Reality isn't TRUE white. Only absolute desaturation seem to be. ( 5 years and 693 days ago )
Howdie stranger! If you want to participate in this contest, just: